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Why does not gravity pull a bird down when it is flying?


 

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    billgaede 4 years ago

    Are there any sane people here? We're talking about gravity, not about birds! The bird was an EXAMPLE. A mathemagician is someone who answers a Q that was not asked. You point at the Moon and he stares at your finger. The Moon? Gravity? Anyone?

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    billgaede 4 years ago

    See reply for Physicshelp above. (You wonder what help he can give in Physics if he can't follow a simple conversation.) Please answer why the Moon doesn't drift out of the SS. Forget about the bird.

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